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Hambleton’s Christmas parking success

Hambleton’s "Park Free Thursday" scheme is into its second week. There is no charge in all District Council operated car parks every Thursday throughout December – as well as every day between Christmas Eve and January 2. Normal waiting restrictions continue to apply in the short stay car parks. The Free Thursdays were

Apprentices take prizes

The Hambleton District Council initiative celebrates the success of the authority’s apprentice scheme – which is part of the Changing Lives Building Better Business project. Set up 15 months ago to support the local economy and boost business it allocates cash to businesses wanting to employ apprentices but unable to afford

North Yorkshire businesses given asbestos advice

Richmondshire business owners must make sure asbestos is safely handled when major refurbishment work is undertaken on their premises. District Council environmental health officers say it is vitally important that retailers understand the duty they have to manage the control of asbestos – and the regulations they need to follow. Environmental health

Apprentice scheme open for more young people

A scheme that has already placed 13 young people in apprenticeships in Hambleton – and seen five of them secure permanent jobs – is on the lookout for more job seekers. The District Council scheme has places for another seven apprentices up for grabs. The authority’s ‘Changing Lives Building Business’ initiative was

Business friendly Hambleton

A drive to make Hambleton District Council more ‘business friendly’ has taken a major step forward. More than 80 businessmen and women came together at the Hambleton Strategic Business Forum’s first ever conference – made possible by the support of the District Council, Welcome 2 Yorkshire and the Federation of Small

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